Another Sunday another loss. Vikings are now 0-4 and are facing a very serious dilemma about the remainder of their season. There are few reasons to be hopeful that the Vikings could string together an 10-2 stretch that would put them in wild card contention at the end of the season, so what is to be done about the elephant in the room (McNabb)?
The only thing that should determine whether or not Ponder starts next week is whether or not he is ready. If the Vikings staff thinks he
For the past ten years, Jim Bollman has been the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Throughout that time, the Buckeyes have had high flying offenses and high quality stinkers.
The 2011 squad is an example of the latter thus far.
Until this season, he never had playcalling power. That fell to head coach Jim Tressel. With Tressel retired, it's on Bollman.
It's already time for that tenure to end. As good of a guy as Bollman
Here's a couple of things to watch for regarding the NFL Draft on Saturday:
When #3 Alabama visits #12 Florida, you'll see a tale of two quarterbacks. A.J. McCarron is the future of the Tide, but his main job is to hand the ball off to Trent Richardson & Co. and let them do the heavy lifting. On the other sideline, John Brantley enters the game with an opportunity to impress scouts by showing he can read and react to an NFL caliber defense, both in scheme and in talent.In Camp Randall,
Updated 10-01-2011 at 02:54 PM by Chris Raiden
First, the Browns go out and sign Chris Gocong to a three year extension with decent money attached.
Then, D'Qwell Jackson, he of 26 consecutive games missed, plays one month in a system that fits him and wins AFC Defensive Player of the Month.
Just a confusing and confounding week here in Cleveland when it comes to linebackers, the biggest weakness on our defense coming into the season.
So I managed to get an interview to be on the grounds crew for the Minnesota Twins. The idea of this is pretty much a dream job for me. I get to work while i watch baseball. Little did I know this interview would turn out into a full job shadow.
I arrive at the ballpark, and am given my visitors pass. I am taken into the bowels of the stadium and arrive in the break room. Nothing too fancy, lots of twins/ target field related posters and pictures and a nice TV and a fridge.